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Warden Hill Junior School

Autumn Term 1 2019/20

Each half term the class teachers and other members of school staff are asked to chose a pupil from their class/group who has stood out from the others in a positive way.  This may be through good effort, outstanding behaviour, great manners, kindness to others etc.  Once selected, the children's names are called out during celebration assembly, a letter is sent home to share the good news and a certificate is put into the Golden Book for everyone to see.

Year 3

For settling in quickly and being an exemplary student.  Always produces good quality work and demonstrates a positive attitude to learning.

A wonderful role model t the class.  Always listening and one of the first on task at all times.  Polite, hardworking and mature.

Fora fantastic start to Year 3.  Always demonstrating excellent behaviour and manners.

For being a super role model.  Always works very hard, is polite and well-mannered and has kept a lovely reading record too.  Well done.

Year 4

For making a great start to Year 4 and always trying his best.

For a much more positive start to each day.

For always getting on with her work - never making a fuss.  Consistently trying her best.


Year 5

Always being focused in lessons and being motivated to achieve a high standard of work.

For working hard and being such a super role model for the class.

For settling in quickly and being an exemplary student.

Made a super start in year 5.  Always completes work to a good standard and reads every day.  A really good role model.

Year 6

A pleasure to have in class.  She consistently works hard and is keen to find out how to improve.  Always ready with a friendly smile, she is a great friend and classmate.

Hardworking and excellent behaviour for learning.  Listens well and has beautiful manners.

Positive, kind and a wonderful member of our class.  Always offering to help and well-mannered at all times.

Polite and hardworking, he puts 100% effort into everything.  He demonstrates a positive and mature attitude towards his learning.

Other Nominations

For consistently good manners.  (Mr Welch)

For a fantastic start to year 5.  It is so lovely to see him coming into school happier and trying hard to improve his behaviour and attitude to school.  (Mrs Bithrey)

For great effort and enthusiasm in his reading and comprehension work.   (Mr Hayden)

Superb attitude at Grafham Water.  He showed great team work and resilience.  A pleasure to work with.   (Mrs Harrison)

For always displaying good manners and trying his best.   (Mrs Hughes)

For fully participating in my reading group.  Trying really hard, concentrating and remaining focused throughout.  A positive start to the year..  (Mrs Turner)

For being well-mannered, always willing to give computing a try.  Persevered and stayed positive even when he found it difficult.  (Miss Phillip)

For making a great start to swimming lessons.  Having a positive attitude to a challenging task.   (Miss Jahan)

For returning lost personal items to someone.  For enthusiasm in school and doing activities outside of school that doesn't include gaming.   (Mr Whelan)

For being consistently well behaved and well-mannered.  She has a positive mindset and is always smiling.   (Mr Clinton)